Sharpening stone Suehiro 6000/1000 EKN183-B
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Sharpening stone Suehiro 6000/1000 EKN183-B


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Suehiro combination sharpening stone #1000/6000 can be used to sharpen all kind of knives, made of any type of steel, Japanese or not. This is a medium-hard stone, meaning it will quickly create a slurry during sharpening. Slurry is this paste-like, fresh "compound", full of abrasive grains, produced on the surface of the stones once we start sharpening. It will help us sharpen our knives faster. #1000 grit is a most common, general sharpening granulation (to put a new edge on a blunt knife), while #6000 grit is a fine granulation for the finishing edge and the final polish of the blade.  Comes with nagura and thin rubber base.

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Suehiro, a Japanese waterstone manufacturer from Niigita province in Japan, has a long history of producing high quality, yet affordable ‘toishi’ (sharpening stones). For many years now, they have produced an outstanding range of sharpening stones and continue to produce them today. Quality is of utmost importance to Suehiro and that is made evident in his sharpening stones.